This exquisite archival film documents music as a metaphor for the public peace process. A 1992 Middle East Peace Tour is embarked upon by six American musicians of the New Hampshire based Apple Hill Chamber Players. In Israel and its Arab neighbors, they give concerts, teach master classes, and audition young musicians of whom eleven are selected for full scholarships to study that August at the Apple Hill Center. Five Jewish Israelis and six Arabs find that music can bridge cultural gaps where politics and government diplomacy fail. Inspiring, with glorious music!